Dermablend brought Zombie Boy Rick Genest back from the land of the dead with four tubes of their leg and body gunk for their "Go Beyond the Cover" campaign.
Incredible, unbelievable, and inspirational is just a few words we could use to describe Italo Romano. After losing his legs in a train accident, this 23-year-old Brazilian skateboarding genius is proving that nothing is impossible.
You already know StockX is the place for limited edition sneakers and streetwear, but they also offer a wide selection of quality timepieces. Their open marketplace has everything from the most sought after Rolex Submariner and Omega Speedmaster, to more accessible options like the Casio G-Shock. After you find the perfect watch, buyers can place bids using real-time data provided alongside the product. There's no reason to stress about quality because once you've made a purchase, StockX will authenticate and verify the condition before shipping it out.
Presented by StockX.
With a muscular shape and aggressive stance, the Harley-Davidson LiveWire is unlike anything that's come before. The LiveWire is the latest example of the innovative spirit of the most iconic motorcycle brand in the world. Its permanent magnetic electric motor provides instant torque, so a flick of the wrist takes you from 0 to 60 in 3.0 seconds without any of the shifting or clutch work required by its combustion-based cousins. The motor sits below the battery to lower the center of gravity for easier handling, a fully adjustable Showa suspension helps improve the ride further, ABS and Traction Control for enhanced cornering and Brembo brakes ensure you can get it stopped in a hurry. The bike also has a 4.3 inch, full-color touchscreen. Built-in LTE connectivity and the H-D Connect service gives you remote access to bike vitals, its location on a map, and security alerts if it's bumped or moved through the Harley-Davidson app. Available in three color options, the LiveWire is coming to dealerships this August.
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Fauja Singh showed everyone up at the Toronto Waterfront Marathon, not for finishing first, but for finishing at all. The 100-year-old finished the 42km race in 8 hours and 25 minutes, making him the oldest person to complete a full marathon.